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  1. ePortfolios, powered by Digication, are a type of digital portfolio utilized by students and faculty to document their professional development and establish a positive online presence. With an ePortfolio, students and faculty can create online archives of their achievements, professional experience, academic work, personal hobbies and more. ePortfolios can be used as an extension of a resume to market yourself to prospective employers.

  2. Stony Brook has enabled Eduroam, the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. 

  3. Sparky is a UNIX-based system that many Computer Science classes use for programming projects and some students & faculty use for personal (or class) websites that require scripting functionality.

  4. The Data Management Plan Tool (DMP Tool) is an online resource that is meant to assist researchers in creating data management plans as required by most grant proposals.

  5. Stony Brook University uses PeopleSoft as its core administrative system for managing Financial, Human Resources and Student Administration operations.

  6. Aleph is Stony Brook University's Library Management System. It is used by library staff as a budgetary system for collection building, as well as cataloging collections, and circulation of materials. There are two Aleph systems, one for the East and West Libraries.

  7. HBO GO provides on-campus student residents with instant, unlimited access to HBO programming anytime, anywhere at no extra charge.

  8. Google Groups makes it easy for groups of people - such as project teams, departments, or classmates - to communicate and collaborate over topics of common interest.

  9. 1TB file storage accessible in the cloud that you can access and share from any phone, tablet or computer.  OneDrive provides the ability to create, edit and share files without software, just Internet access.   And you can work with other people in realtime on Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote files.  

  10. In an effort to decrease the number of passwords required to access computing applications across the University, DoIT has incrementally implemented its Web-based, NetID Single Sign On (SSO) service since 2008. Users can log in to campus applications such as Google Apps for Education and WolfMart without having to sign on multiple times or remember many passwords. The SSO service is only used for those applications accessed through a Web browser. Client-based applications, such as the mail client on a smart phone, do not use the Stony Brook SSO.

  11. Maple T.A. is a quizzing program inside Blackboard that is particularly valuable for any course using mathematics. Maple T.A. provides an easy-to-use Web-based system for creating tests and assignments, automatically assessing student responses and performance. It supports complex, free-form entry of mathematical equations and intelligent evaluation of responses, making it ideal for mathematics, science, or any course that requires mathematics.

  12. Stony Brook offers researchers high-capacity, high-speed connections to the Internet as a member of NYSERNet and Internet2.

  13. The RF Business System consists of the Oracle suite of grants management, financial and human resources applications. It is primarily a transaction-processing and report-generating system used by the administrative offices that conduct research activity and serve the Stony Brook research community.

  14. Schedule Builder is a web-based program that allows students to build their Stony Brook class schedules much quicker and easier.

  15. DoIT's Video Services Office offers video streaming services. Departments may post previously recorded materials on their websites or one of the University's YouTube sites.

  16. Google Calendar is the calendar feature offered with Google Apps for Education. It allows users to easily create, share, edit, and delete meeting invitations, calendar events, and tasks. These are easily accessed and synced between computers and mobile devices.

  17. Google Contacts stores and organizes contact information for those you communicate with and the Stony Brook Directory. Contacts can contain basic information-like names, email addresses, and phone numbers-or extended information, like physical addresses, employers, departments, job titles, or custom notes. Contacts sync with the other Google Apps (Gmail, Drive, Calendar, Hangouts) and mobile devices so you have easy access from anywhere. 

  18. Google Sites is an online application that makes it easy to host personal websites, especially for people who need quick, up-to-date access, with limited or zero Web development expertise.

  19. SB You is a web publishing platform powered by WordPress that lets you quickly create professional-looking websites. Faculty, staff and students can create a single site or as many as they want for a variety of purposes such as course information, team activities or personal blogs and portfolios.

  20. Use this app to quickly and easily request ROUTINE maintenance in the residence halls. The SBU 311 App allows you to choose your exact location in the SBU residence halls and take a picture of the problem. You can even track the progress of your work request from your mobile phone!  

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